India Press Journal

Vid U-23 triumph on Day 2

<p><strong>Nagpur:</strong> Vidarbha Under-23 maintained their lead over Tamil Nadu, with bowlers complementing the strong performance of hitters. On Monday, during the second day of the Col CK Nayudu Trophy Kalamna ground quarterfinal match.</p>
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<p>In 106 overs, Vidarbha, who had begun the day at 332 for 5, reached 380 all out. Adding 11 runs on Monday, Aman Mokhade (151;282b;15×4;3×6) lost to G Govinth.<br />
The other hitter who went into the night undefeated, Neel Athaley, scored 37 (51b;7×4). With G Govinth taking seven wickets for Tamil Nadu, Vidarbha ended on 380 with the tail wagging very little.<br />
In response, TN finished at 165 for 5 after losing wickets often. Mandar Mahale and Rahul Dongarwar both claimed two wickets. tnn<br />
Brief scores: TN: 165 for 5 in 72 overs (A Badrinath 67*, S Rithik Easwaran 26*; Rahul Dongarwar 2-15, Mandar Mahale 2-35) led Vidarabha (332 for 5 in 90 overs): 380 all out in 106 overs (Aman Mokhade 151, Mandar Mahale 117; G Govinth 7-72).</p>

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